A WINTER escape is on the cards for promising youngster No Dramas.
Registering her second win from as many starts for the season at Club Menangle last night, No Dramas has been earmarked for a Queensland campaign by trainer Troy Primmer.
In what he hopes will be a learning curve, the daughter of Betterthancheddar will be aimed at several features.
“I’m going to send her up for the Queensland Carnival,” Primmer said. “Robbie Morris, who has helped me along the way and been her mainstay driver, is going up, so I thought I might as well send her for the experience.
“She is just below the top fillies at this stage, but I think going against those better ones in an Oaks heat for example might really help her later in her career.”
With Josh Gallagher holding the reins during her latest outing, No Dramas led throughout from barrier two to score by three metres from Montalbano.
Most Triumphant was a half-head away third in 1:52.6 over a mile.
“She went really well and I was very happy with her run,” Primmer said. “She has done a super job as she is not overly big, but can certainly scoot.
“She is only 15.1, maybe 15.2 hands, but muscly and covers the ground so well as her gait amazing, which is why she doesn’t look as small on television.”
Owned by Primmer’s wife, Catherine, his mother, Shirley, and friend Jan Nelson, No Dramas boasts an imposing record of four wins and two placings from six starts for earnings of $33,070.